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follow his reporting and i'm realizing, steve hayes brought this point up eight weeks ago when it was first unfolding. so there are reporters doing a great job. you just have to work harder as a consumer to find them. >> greg: one upside, i think we're getting closer to the story because they're now bringing up race. whenever they bring up the race card, a congressman said that people are going after susan rice because she's an african-american. that always tells me that we're getting closer to the truett when the race card is being played. >> plus an african-american woman. a threefer. at the beginning of the obama administration, he decided to make the u.n. ambassador a cabinet level position. when you're cabinet secretary, you have some obligation to perform your duties and then to be held responsible for them and accountable for them. i appreciate that he's loyal to her and she is loyal to him that he defended her, but i do think that the senators have legitimate reasons to question whether or not she should be the secretary of state. >> greg: yeah. i don't think that's goi
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into the management shakeup? >> not too important. >> you know with steve jobs gone, the microscope is more firmly planted on apple but i don't think that's a big deal at all. johnny eye is the guy who helped jobs conceive of these products. >> you mentioned samsung. samsung now has 72% of the smartphone market. they didn't have an android phone until a couple of years ago. so in a matter of a very short period of time you have a new market leader taking things away from iphone. i'm reminded of nokia, research in motion where did they go? >> they copied very well. samsung phones. android for all of its advantages over this is the same idea. what happened was, you know, the iphone 5 was coming out and fewer people bought the other version. i have a feeling that's going to be an aberration in that corner. the iphone can be beat. somebody will beat it. could be apple. >> but does it go the way of nokia? >> no. nokia fails to innovate. they thought they would able to do what they were doing forever. they thought feature phones were it. >> does apple need another big thing? >> everybody al